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results tonight. i know steve schmidt will love this. and henrico county, richmond, suburban county, mcdonald won the county. 56-44. mcauliffe will win it 52-39. fairfax county. mcdonald won fairfax county, 23009. mcauliffe, has a lead. not all vote is in. 58-37. ken cuccinelli could not appeal to the middle of the look tore rat, suburban voters. he came close. there is still a very strong republican base in virginia. he worked the base. this is his entire last two weeks of the campaign was about turning out the base. and hoping that there would be a lack of enthusiasm for terry mcauliffe. when you look at everall turnov turnout. when you look at the lack of money. a lot of national donors. sat on their hands. believing it couldn't win in northern virginia. so, therefore he couldn't win statewide. which is a -- turning out to be true. one wonders. i have heard from one republican source. who said, where was chris christie. in fact, saying, that they, made an effort, apparently some senior conservative republicans reached out to christie. and asked him to come down to virginia and campai
. >> the mayor of toronto spoke words again today. that's all i u need to know. >> plus the guy who found steve jobs and we ka walk our way to recovery and the winner of the cor cor cornacki challenge. ♪ >> house republicans just pushed through a bill allowing insurance companies to sell individual companies even if they are crappy, it sounds similar to the executive fix the president announced. the difference is it allows insurers to sell those plans to new customers as well so you too can get screwed if you want. 39 house democrats voted for the bill. even if it passes the democratically led senate, the president has said it's dead on arrival. jay carney didn't have much to say about the upton bill but happy to spin the numbers and we reported it here first. >> what we did not expect was that we would have the precise problem we had come october 1st. if we had expected that, we wouldn't have been promoting the launch of the website in the way we were. >> nbc's kristen welker, insurance company ceos just arrived for meeting with the president. what do we hear about that? >> just to put this
wherever they're going. >> steve centanni at reagan national where they have loud music. by the way, the president of the united states was able to fly back to washington before the rotten weather here. he had been busy. he had been out in hollywood. he had three fund-raisers, 19 hours telling hollywood good job out there. >> started in seattle, san francisco and then over to los angeles. >> remember when he was too busy wanting to focus on the website healthcare.gov getting it functioning, but apparently this trip was important to get into hollywood and give the message that he wanted everyone there who could eventually influence those watching the programs -- >> yeah. it was a big -- watch. >> i was talking to some of the studio executives and i said, look, the rollout of new health care marketplace was rough, and nobody was more frustrated about the problems with our website than i am. and yet here in southern california and here across this state, there are thousands of people every single day who are getting health care for the first time. for the first time because of this. an
. >>> also ahead, why was president obama meeting with steve martin? and more importantly, how come the comedian wouldn't shake the president's hand? the intrigue, the answers when "360" continues. female announcer: sunday's your last chance sunday's your last chance to save big during sleep train's triple choice sale. through sunday, thanksgiving weekend, save hundreds on beautyrest and posturepedic. or choose $300 in free gifts with sleep train's most popular tempur-pedic mattresses. you can even choose 48 months interest-free financing on the new tempur-choice with head-to-toe customization. the triple choice sale ends sunday, thanksgiving weekend. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> in raw politics tonight there has been a big turn around in the battle for control of congress in the midterm elections next year. the latest polls show that republicans have an edge among registered voters, 49% to 47%. just a month ago, democrats had the advantage, 50% to 42%. but that was before the political melee over obama care reached a fever pitch. joining me to t
. >> and we are joined by steve newton, the co-owner of missions barbecue. good morning, steve. >> good morning. >> tell us why did you start mission? >> well, we wanted to build a business that had a purpose and meaning and it gave back. so police, military, fire, first responders, uniformed american heroes, and we want to give back and say thanks and honor them. and nothing more american than barbecue. and american food meets american heroes. >> this sounds good. and talk to us about veteran's day what you're doing for the military on veteran's day. >> on monday, veteran's day and we know that freedom isn't free. as a small gesture and appreciation, we are offering free sandwiches all day long to veterans and active duty military. we kick-off at 11:00 with the unvailing of the charm city cake. they made a specialty cake for each of the restaurants. and then at noon, we have a live version of the national anthem. we hope everybody comes out and says hello to the guests of honor, all the world war ii veterans on that day. >> and when we come back, our photographer just gave us a sneak p
. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. >>> steve, it doesn't sound like it's too bad. >> no. a lot of high clouds. cold inland. the higher clouds are holding up the temperatures. it will be a mix of sun and high clouds as temperatures stay in the 60s. starting off 40s, 50s. it's 50 in san francisco. san jose is at 44. but the higher clouds continue to drift in here from the associated low kind of spinning in some. but it's heading towards southern california. it's going to go parallel to the coast. we just get a few high clouds here. temperatures on the mild side in the afternoon with this hazy sunshine. at least for some. cool for others. but rain moves towards southern california tomorrow. we'll get partly to mostly cloudy skies. that high cloud and a little bit of filtered sun. mild to warm. a chilly, but cold morning. here's sal. >>> steve, good morning. right now we're looking at a commute that's lighter than usual. we have trouble spots. this is a look at the eastshore freeway. you can see traffic is moving along well heading out to the macarthur maze.
. steve, what kind of weather are we gonna have? >> high clouds, spare-the-air day. a lot of these higher clouds are holding some temperatures up. there are some 30s for some. 50s for other. sfo is 51. san francisco, also 51. mild for a few. but cold for others. 50s are not that bad. you can see the high cloud deck filtering across. it will be with us probably most of the day. look for filtered sunshine here. a nice sunrise. that's for sure. but a partly cloudy/mostly cloudy day. temperatures, though, really kind of warming up a little bit, especially toward the santa clara valley. we'll end up with 60s to near 70 on some of the highs, especially santa cruz and also girl bil roy. a lot of these higher clouds mean a very fair, hazy day. this will gave to partly cloudy skies tomorrow. 60s on the temperatures to a few upper 60s. here's sal. >>> good morning. right now we're looking at a commute that is doing pretty well especially for this time of the morning. i have to a dealing -- i have a feeling it has to do with this bebeing -- with this being thicke weekend. bay bridge toll plaza is ba
of the christie record. and joining us now, karen finney, host of "disrupt with karen finney" and steve kre naki. christie has this reputation he developed in the media as this moderate. is he really as moderate as people are portraying him? >> no. and that's the thing. i think when you look at what republicans and really conservative republicans will be asked to swallow with chris christie in 2016, it's not as much of a leap in terms of all of the major boxes you need to check off to sort of be a republican today. like abortion, you look at guns, issues like this. he actually checks off all those boxes. i think back to rudy guiliani and the run up to 2008 and the whole story was can this new york city liberal republican win over the republicans nationally. that was a real leap for republicans. i think there is a reputation with christie as a moderate that's been very beneficial to him politically. and would be very beneficial to him politically in a general election. but i think he is a lot more sellable to the republican base than people realize. >> much more conservative. and i want to look o
is the obama care debacle to blame? that's next. >>> also ahead, why was president obama meeting with steve martin and more importantly, how come the comedian wouldn't shake the president's hand? the answer when we continue. lak didn't come with a warning. today her doctor has her on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack, be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. if you've had a heart attack, be sure to talk to your doctor i started part-time, now i'm a manager.n. my employer matches my charitable giving. really. i get bonuses even working part-time. where i work, over 400 people are promoted every day. healthcare starting under $40 a month. i got education benefits. i work at walmart. i'm a pharmacist. sales associate. i manage produce. i work in logistics. there's more to walmart than you think. vo: opportunity. that's the real walmart. >>> in raw politics tonight, there has been a big turn around for the battle for congress in the midterm elections next year. republicans have an edge among registered voters
, forbes media chairman and editor and chief steve forbes, michelle paluso and nick -- steve, first to you. first of all, to those who don't know forbes, how big is forbes? how many employees? >> we are a a little under a thousand. we have really down sized this immediate web age. our web site is flourishing but the print side is not nearly as big as it used to be. so we have been going through two storms. one is the economic storm, the obamacare storm and what's happening with the web. so, our whole business model has just been thrown out and so we have gone through turbulent times so we are a smaller company but today we are now a very profitable company. thank goodness. you say turbulent. if you you have some idea of what's going on. are things certain enough owe obamacare for you now. >> decisions have to make a decision a year from now if we ever get rules of the game in determining what kind of plans we can offer. we have had very generous plans in the past up right now. fins, we give our people $2,500 a year cash that they can use for their healthcare. and if they don't spend it, th
recognition? . steve: for what purpose does the gentleman seek recognition? mr. mchenry: to address the house for one minute. steve: the gentleman is recognized. mr. mchenry: since the affordable care act was introduced president obama claimed time and time again, if you like your insurance can you keep it. over the last six weeks i have heard from numerous constituents across western north carolina that that was not what they were experiencing. unfortunately they had canceled policies because of oo obamacare. steve, pastor in hickory, received notice husband plan with a premium of $695 is being canceled. his new plan's premium, $1,500? marcia in claire month had her current plan cancel. the replacement was 1 3% more in cost. milton a retiree from denver had his policy canceled, the replacement, not only has high deductibles and co-pays, but also precludes him from seeing his curn doctor? i heard from terry a self-employed woman whose premiums were $359 a month until obamacare canceled these plans and her new premium is $759 a month. i ask my colleagues on the other side of the aisle to join
steve gyro -- steve tyrell. the songs of semicon. he will perform two of the most endearing. glad you have joined us, conversation from steve tyrell coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: grammy winner steve tyrell is introduction to popular moves -- popular music started at age 19. burts already working with bacharach. he went on to work with bonnie raitt before striking out as a performer in his own right. his latest cd is called "it's magic, the songs of semicon. kohn."ammy a little sneak review you did to this before the record even drive. >> last year. it was this semi-con -- it was the sammy kohn centennial. he was a great writer. nominatedll, he was 27 times for the academy awards, which is unbelievable. people wouldthat ask him what comes first, the music or the lyrics? he would say the phone call. [laughter] that is where he got his inspiration. five golden globes, just an amazing lyricist. year.xtending that this i am about to start my ninth year at the cafÉ carlyle. last year, i did sammy's theme all year.
the market is looking to recover from a pretty disappointing halloween,dices c the red. steve sedgwick live for us in london. steve, good morning. >> hello there. yeah, the market had a very good month in october. s&p up over 23% for the year, up over 4% in the month of october. so, yes, they gave back a bit of ground, but it wasn't a great fright. elsewhere really interesting stories. 23 million homes plus, 47 million americans plus, are actually recipients of food stamps and they will get a benefit cut today. it will be around about 36 bucks out of the 275 monthly benefit per household which will be cut, but there is a multiplier effect. which means it has a two to one effect in many cases. so if you lose $5 billion worth of benefits, that can have a $10 billion effect on the u.s. economy. so real concerns there about what those benefit cuts mean across the united states. elsewhere, a bit of good news for people who have been reluctant up until now to put money toward flexible spending arguments for health care. basically use it or lose it was the old mantra. now it seems the irs and trea
you are saying. >> and it wasn't steve rattner, we talked about this. it wasn't just this one ad. they went to ohio for a year and said mitt romney was a disgusting, filthy capitalist pig. it was on bain capital. they were clear. they told john heilemann, we have to destroy mitt romney. they went to ohio and they destroyed him as human being saying he was a horrible, filthy capitalist and yesterday, barack obama is going to massachusetts saying he's a role model. which is it? >> the other thing they did during the campaign is said mitt romney was responsible, attacking the health plan he put in place and accused him of being a hypocrite about that. i think the fact is, the massachusetts plan is a plan that worked. it is a model for our plan. we can talk about it later today. so, the president is latching himself on to that plan. i guess you are not happy he's doing that. >> no, he can. either mitt romney is a horrible human being or a role model for america, which is it? >> the health plan is a role model. >> there's really no answer. >> what is more embarrassing to you, how it r
and we'll let you know if anything happens with that. 7:19. let's go to steve. >> thank you sal. >> you're welcome steve. >>> clear skies, nice today. cold for some. not too bad in san francisco. a lot of 50s on the lows. inland, you can find o 30s. big differences in the -- find 30s. big differences in the temps. clear skies this morning. all the higher clouds went south. starting to do a dance. you don't want to see that. ken lawrence our o director, we all -- our direct, we all have issues. the comments i get in my ear sometimes. turning colder next week. we need the rain, we're definitely going to get the cold next week. it's cold now, but these may seem warm compared to next week. next couple of days, things look good. the cloud cover went south, down in southern california where they are getting rain. santa barbara, la, san diego, not too bad. mainly confining itself to the coast. higher clouds are working north and south of monterey and salinas. the slow going to stay there. the rain stays along the coast, skirting it. nationally it's quite until next week when a cold system is g
to be in the hotseat answering more questions in front of the finance committee. steve centanni has more on that. steve, tell us more. >> hi, jaime. even presidential candidate, doppler candidate mitt romney, signed -- from massachusetts is weighing in on the battle from obamacare and he zeroed in on president obama's campaign promise. listen. >> he told people they could keep their insurance and that was not the truth. whether you like the model of obamacare or not, the fact that the president sold it on a basis that was not true has undermind the foundation of his second term. i think it is rotting it away. the only way he can rebuild credibility is to work with republicans and democrats and try and rebuild a foundation. >> that troubled health care .gov website is back up and running after an over night shutdown for repairs that had a rocky rollout. meantime congress still wants answers about the flawed website and about how many people have been able to successfully enroll in obamacare. a top presidential advisor says the numbers won't be that great for the first month. >> our goal is to g
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. did i say 930? he was on the space shuttle and put it on water. let me go back again. thanks, steve. caught on video, a powerboat racer crashes at 130 miles an hour and lives to tell the tale. starts now. >> that doesn't sound as impressive. right? >> you're watching "fox & friends." sit up straight, brian. >> we're lucky he's fine. >> we know he survived. that's the good news. >> today is going to be the easiest day to write a check. >> why? >> today is 11/12/13. >> wow! speaking of news, let's talk a little bit about this. we had heard from the government that they thought by the end of the first month they would probably sign up 500,000 people, and yet the early numbers so far -- there are two news sources. "the washington post" says it's 40,000 people and the "wall street journal" says it's between 40,000 and 50,000 people. only six signed up on the first day and as i said the target was half a million by the end of october. >> in places like or orbgs apparently the -- in places like oregon, "the washington post" has said it has set up its own skhraepbg system. they haven't seen
more about that. a member of congress, we have steve cohen, a democrat from tennessee, he was critical. he is going to join us live after this. we will talk to him in a second. if you've got copd like me, . >> i'm just going to keep on working as hard as i can around the priorities that the american people care about and i think it's legitimate for them to expect help to have to win back some credibility on this health care law in particular and on a whole range of these issues in general.l and you know that's on me i mean, we filmbled the rollout on this health care law. >> on thursday on the eve of that vote in the house on fred upton's 13 democratic defectors, i want to bring in steven conof tennessee. congressman, i appreciate you taking the time. so the head lean i guess coming out of that vote i guess is the democratic revolt everybody talked about didn't materialize with 39 defections, when you look at the fix the president put forward in the last segment, you have stated health insurance commissioners bauming at the idea of implementing this you had a meeting of insurers walkin
. steve, elisabeth, and brian, i hope you have your umbrellas. in a couple of hours we're going to be dealing with rain that is going to be moving through parts of new york, pennsylvania and even showers farther south across georgia and also parts of alabama. farther west we have another storm system that is bringing in a lot of rain, snow and strong winds across parts of the pacific northwest. travel out in the northern rockies, the state of washington and oregon will be tough today. temperatures across the surpbt part of the country -- across the central part of the country getting cold. now let's get over to brian with sports. >> we talked about football all year and about some of the head injuries. profootball hall of famer tony dorsett revealing he has a degenerative brain condition, a direct result of 12 years of breaking tackles and running away from big linemen. he was speaking to espn. he says he forgets things and gets lost taking his daughters to soccer games. >> i get frustrated. i get frustrated. i get frustrated and i say you're not -- you're just in a shell. you'r
so again today. thank you, madam speaker. steve: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas, mr. flores, for five minutes. mr. flores: madam speaker, i rise today to honor the 75th anniversary of the city of college station texas. college station has been and is the home to tens of thousands of texas families, students, businesses, and residents throughout the years. and i'm proud to offer my congratulations on this milestone. college station was an unincorporated community for over 60 years before officially being incorporated as a city on october 19, 1938. in 1869 the houston and texas central railway was built through the area and in 1871 college station was chosen as the location for what would eventually become one of the largest public universities in the nation, texas a&m university. the city got its name because the a&m campus was the focal point of community development at the time. in 1877 the area was designated college station, texas, by the postal service, deriving its name from the train station located to the west of the campus. since
shareholder meeting in a little more than an hour or now, as steve ballmer gets ready to exit the tech giant. talked a lot about ballmer yesterday in that interview with the "journal." >> that was the topic of much conversation out west. drew halston from drop box talking openly about the idea that steve stood in the way of progress, marc benioff saying how he recognized the impediment to microsoft is himself. a lot of soul searcher out there. >> some other soul searching going on among ceos of fortune 50 companies, they looked at what happened with mr. ballmer where he expressed a bit of ambivalence about staying in this job to his lead director and they were like great, thanks. >> wow. >> and i've been hearing that those kind of ceos or any ceos, whether it's activists or just in general sort of wondering whether their board is going to turn on them are definitely seeking advice on how to prevent that from happening. >> this is a revolution. boards are supposed to be rubber stampers. >> not anymore. not as much. you still see some but there has been a change. >> abercrombie's board? >> you
. 43% were for the incumbent governor there. with me now john feehery and steve mcmahon. it's so fascinating. but hillary clinton is a media star. she's a worldwide celebrity who's got no blemish on her, she comes into this thing still as the iconic figure to beat. around here the executive producer and i were trying to figure out numbers. we all thought that christie would lose to her about five or six. hillary's beating him in his own state right now. >> i remember when everyone thought it's going to be hillary clinton and rudy giuliani. remember that? i think it would be a huge boost for chris christie. he's proven he could win. >> close to hillary running with her in the exit polls. >> i think it makes him look very good. very blue state. and you know what? if he's going to be the favored son, i predict if he runs against hillary -- >> let me tell you something. we're the kitsds that snuck down around midnight to see what was going on. get this straight. we're the ones that look early. okay? your thoughts. >> here's what's interesting. he's a favored son in new jersey. she's
wealth. >> steve levy with me now. this was a question we were asking throughout the sort of the three-years of the economic -- of the struggling economic recovery starting in 2010, 11 and 12. here we are nearly at the end of 13, corporate profits are up, they're sitting on cash. what's the excuse now? >> first of all, chuck, after that run of numbers i have a job for you at cnbc as an economics reporter. >> thank you, sir. >> really well done. we don't know why they're sitting on cash. one reason is uncertainty about the outlook is particularly mentioned by a lot of top ceos. plus you're in a world right now of a lot of excess capacity. you can find that excess capacity in some of those numbers you gave. there's excess capacity in labor and that you see in the unemployment rate and the number of long-term unemployed. there's also excess capacity in factories and in plant and equipment. another thing you have is you have -- >> let me stop you there. excess capacity basically is economic english for -- >> too much stuff. >> also automation, right? >> that's potentially one source. reall
by chatting them up, you know, talking to them. national correspondent steve centanni is live in washington. steve, what do we know about this? >> reporter: well the government accountability office, gregg, has issued a report and basically says the government's wasting money with a program to pick out suspicious people lining up at security checkpoints. it says there is no credible scientific evidence that an officer can spot someone who is a real threat just by looking for unusual behavior. tsa has spent about $900 million on the program since it was launched in 2007 and dedicated 2800 personnel to the project. the report concludes that until tsa can provide evidence demonstrating that behavioral indicators can be used to identify passengers who may pose a threat to aviation security, the agency takes the risk of funding activity that is have not been determined to be effective. the report also indicated investigative reports of racial profiling with the program and found evidence that was occurring as well, gregg. gregg: what is the tsa saying about this, steve? >> reporter: they defend
, it was all planned by the show's executive producer steve callahan who tells e eye online it was a tough decision. during the episode titled "life of brian," the griffin family said teary good-bye toss the bruised and bloody dog. >> dammit, brian, you can't die. we were going to become wind surfers. i was going to be a little better than you, but we were both going to be good. >> you guys, i think brian's trying to say something. >> you, you've given me a wonderful life. i love you all. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: oh, no. well, not wasting any time, the family then adopted a new pet named vinnie. the new fast-talking voice voiced by tony cirico of the sopranos, helps comfort the baby who is distraught over the loss. but fans seem to be needing comforting, because it's sparked the hash tag bring back brian on twitter. or even cast members were surprised about the decision to kill off the beloved pet. the ep of the show says not to worry, the fans do not have to worry about the inability to cope with the loss but they can trust choices like these will make the show a continued success. couldn't n
moves across the country. we are covering the action for you, and we go live, steve centanni is at reagan national airport with the latest on delays and what you can do to avoid them. steve. >> >> reporter: yeah, adam, a very, very busy holiday travel week all the way up through sunday which is one of the business jest travel days of -- busiest travel days of the entire year. to plan ahead x. it's not going to be smooth sailing for everybody, i hate to tell you, because of the weather delays, weather problems all the way across the country. take a look at some pictures we shot earlier here at national airport. things moving fairly smoothly, a lot of the arrivallings are delayed, more than half coming in late, and that's probably going to push back the departure times later in the day as you have that domino effect. a lot of rain here, possibly snow tomorrow, weather problems all the way across the country as that storm moved from california, down to the south, now up into the northeast. just a lot of tangled travelers and flights delayed and a lot of headaches on this holiday
-owned entity, and sadly, it has struggled since. part of the problem, steve, is that congress does not look at transportation as a single entity. it looks at it in a stove pipe fashion in that aviation, amtrak, highways, are dealt with separate bills in separate budgets. the traveler does not say i am exclusively a railroad traveler. a traveler on any day might use highways, aviation, railroads, and what would certainly help america's transportation situation today would be to fund all of the modes to a multimodal, single transportation budget, which is not being done. what we are doing today is lobbyists from each of the modes are coming to capitol hill and fighting for their share of the pie. because amtrak is relatively poor, does not have a political action committee, it does not fare as well as the other modes do on the hill. host: i want to come back to that in a moment, but let's look at amtrak by the numbers. on any given day it operates 300 passenger trains daily. it has more than 21,000 miles of roots. it connects more than 500 destinations in 46 states, washington, d.c., and thre
, steve? >> it does. wonder if it's got secret sauce. two all-beef patties. >> one week after testifying on capitol hill about the disastrous obamacare rollout, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius returns today for round 2. what can we expect to hear? joining us from the senate side, pennsylvania senator pat toomy, a member of the senate finance committee. he's going to be there this morning. good morning to you, senator. >> good morning, steve. >> i bet she's going to get an ear full because i know you guys in the senate have been getting an ear full from your constituents who suddenly have gotten those, hey, you've just been canceled notes in the mail. >> that is exactly right. of course, you know, how many times has the president promised people that if you like the coverage you have, you'll get to keep it? we always knew that was untrue. now, of course, it's coming home. and it's devastating to people. three and a half million so far have gotten these letters. because of obamacare, they lose their coverage. their plan no longer meets the satisfaction of the presiden
contraception on religious grounds. steve handelsman is on capitol hill. >> reporter: this won't be a do over, but the high court will take another look at a big question about obama care. how much can the government make americans do on health care or in these cases how much can it make the owners of companies do? obama care requires private employers to provide free birth control coverage. the mennonite owners of this wood specialties store with 950 employees in pennsylvania saying that violates their religious rights. >> they are saying i don't know how i can do this bassed on my religious conscience. >> reporter: a federal court sided with president obama who made including contraception a campaign issue exempting only schools in the like run by churches. >> woman who work at these institutions will have access to free contraception like other women. >> reporter: the owners of hoby lobby won their case, a federal ruling they do not have to cover birth control for 13,000 employees. now the supreme court will decide. >> we don't think you need to leave your views and preferences at the door
flight plans. a number of airlines are waving their change fees. steve? >> that's right, neil, you want to contact your airline because of that change fee being waved. right now the calm before the storm. rain, wind, snow tomorrow. as you heard rick say, it will be a big holiday mess on some of the busiest travel weekends of the year. so we can take a look at pictures that we shot earlier. a lot of the flights have been delayed. most of the departures scheduled for on time but we don't know if they're going to get out on time. there have been delays, people's travel plans have been affected. this person seems to be taking it all in stride. >> what's your story? what happened? >> i came for a flight in the morning at 6:00 a.m. to dallas and it was delayed because of the weather. and then they said something about problems with the aircraft. >> so arrive early at the airport, two to three hours. you not only have weather to deal with on the way here, you have parking, big crowds, people turning out for the holiday, trying to travel. long security lines. allow plenty of time and be sure to
. hey. >> the first annual steve har vi neighborhood awards announced during a taping of his show. karen's florist was named the best florist. th another winner from our area, the police chief of harbor, patricia harmon was voted best police officer. the steve harvey show airs on nbc 4. you can see clips of all the winners on our website, www.nbcwashington.com. >>> if you are already over the black friday shopping, there's more. we have everything you need to know before cyber monday. >> yeah, our liz crenshaw did all the work for you to help you find the best deals online. >> reporter: there will be some big changes for those of you coming bac >>> starting monday, the district will hand out $100 fines in one part of town if you don't park within the lines. >> in other parts of the city, there's limits to where food trucks can park. >> mark segraves has the details now, before you head back to work. >> reporter: the tracks are in and the wires are up. even the streetcars won't be running along h street northeast until next year, the fines for blacking the path start monday. you must park
is actually squeezing them so they don't immediate the standards, right? so look at these numbers. steve, you alluded to this last week you said almost 80% of people will lose their health care. 76% of small employers were expecting to drop their plan for individuals. 55% of large employers. 63% of all employers. and the white house knew it. >> they did know it. because all those figures were contained in the central register that government lawyers put into the federal register back in 2010. that's one of the reasons the president's poll numbers are completely tanking. a majority of americans right now, according to a brand-new cnn poll, don't trust the president and one of the reasons is because he said if you like your health care, you can keep it. you can't, because as we just saw from that statistic right there, if you have your health care through work, there is a better than 50/50 chance you'll lose your policy. it's interesting, now we've been told that apparently the government web site is going to be up to snuff by the first of december. nope. that's not going to be the case. but it
, steve, was the fact that we had merged the non-group market with the individual market to try to spread out risks. what does the federal plan do? well, it reduces the number of rating factors we can use to evaluate risk for that pool. it's undermine wack we want to do. in fact, we have pleaded with our governor, governor patrick has asked the federal government, give us a waiver so that we can evaluate and price risk fairly and yet we now are going to be forced to use 4 rating factors as opposed to 106789 that's one of the major points of distinction here, massachusetts plan worked because it was designed for pennsylvania. we had expertise, for instance, in pricing risks. we had growth markets in medical devices. yet, when we look at what's happening at the federal level which claims to be mirrored on what we did in massachusetts, it's impeding our ability to carry out the plan we set out that has worked so successfully. >> i know governor patrick has a different version. congressman holt wants to ask you a question. >> senator, thanks for taking time away from the ducks this morning to
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-month period, there can't be a permanent settlement at this point. and, steve, the implications for an iran that is willing to come to the table and work with the international community, go far beyond the nuclear deal. we have regional crises such as the situation in syria. there is also the long-standing lack of diplomatic ties between the united states and iran that if re-established could be used to foster a greater sense of trust within the entire region. >> all right, mark jacobson from the truman national security project, thank you for joining us this morning. for more now on how this development all came together, we'll go to ann curry, nbc news international correspondent, who has been reporting on the story exclusively for some time. she joins us from geneva. ann, i wonder if you could pick up on that point you were talking about, sort of how this deal all came about, because the reporting that i'm seeing this morning suggests there was even before rouhani was elected there was some talk, very, very secret talk between the u.s. and iran, it accelerated after rouhani was elected a
parts were all on me. >> reporter: yesterday we brought you the story of steve. he and his wife miraculously survived in their basement hallway. >> i was down an she was lower like here. >> reporter: when they surfaced their brick home was destroyed and cars thrown across the street. >> the only important thing i had in this house walked out of it with me. >> reporter: what was that? >> my wife. >> reporter: thousands left combing through the piles of debris searching for whatever they could salvage. >> the video of my wedding. >> reporter: i want to give perspective as to how rare this event is, since 1985, they've only had 200 or so tornado warnings in the state of illinois. more than half those came just this last sunday. chris? >> indra, we know that as quick as it was it is beginning to take a long time to get things up and running. did they get the water turned off at that building next to you? >> they did turn that off. they're making progress. >> it's good to see progress there. thank you for the reporting, indra. we'll be back to you. a lot of you have said what can we
people, but they were polite. and steve carson made me squirm for my dinner by asking hard questions. but he too was a good -- he was very dubious about what i was saying. i'm pleased to report that our friend, the late steve, told me not too long before he died, really, that he remembered that session. and he was gracious enough to say that his doubts had been relieved. and he agreed with me -- what i was arguing about. and, of course, it was as greg says, only a few years ago that we were honored -- my partner and i were honored for our editorial work by this group. and it was -- it's something we are very proud of, and i can't thank you enough for that honor. you may not think that i've done you any favor of talking about the gettysburg address. everybody knows the gettysburg address. most of you can recite it, i'm sure. it's the most famous speech in the world. a lot of people think it's the best speech in the world. it's storied. there are endless, endless mythology about it. and i know that the myths irritate some serious historians. but i think it's all part of the landscape.
. and steve carson made me squirm for my dinner by asking hard questions. but he too was a good -- he was very dubious about what i was saying. i'm pleased to report that our friend, the late steve, told me not too long before he died, really, that he remembered that session. and he was gracious enough to say that his doubts had been relieved. and he agreed with me -- what i was arguing about. and, of course, it was as greg says, only a few years ago that we were honored -- my partner and i were honored for our editorial work by this group. and it was -- it's something we are very proud of, and i can't thank you enough for that honor. you may not think that i've done you any favor of talking about the gettysburg address. everybody knows the gettysburg address. most of you can recite it, i'm sure. it's the most famous speech in the world. a lot of people think it's the best speech in the world. it's storied. there are endless, endless mythology about it. and i know that the myths irritate some serious historians. but i think it's all part of the landscape. if you're going to have something grea
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